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The Long View on Transformative College Experiences: Key Podcast

A new coalition aims to embed into curricula experiences that develop student agency and purpose and improve their well-being decades later.

New Programs: Nursing, Addiction Counseling, Mechatronics Engineering

The following colleges have announced new academic programs: Clinton College is starting a bachelor of science in nursing.Emory & Henry...
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Avoiding Curricular Pitfalls of Study Abroad

If not designed carefully, study abroad programs risk reinforcing injustices, epistemic and otherwise, Liz Bucar writes.

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Worthy Women

Amy Gais writes that her students judge women writers much more harshly than male writers—and considers what can be done about it.

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Certificates… From a Philosophy Department

Pennsylvania’s Millersville University has begun offering ethics certificates. It’s among multiple philosophy departments that have shaken things up.

New Programs: Museum Studies, Athletic Administration, Nursing, Esports Management, Real Estate, Business

The following colleges have announced new academic programs: Adelphi University is starting an interdisciplinary, 22-credit museum studies certificate.Concordia University Nebraska...
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In Defense of a Real Three-Year Degree

With college costs so high, it is too expensive a luxury to require undergraduates take a four-year course of study, Lou Matz writes.


Why I Enrolled in Developmental Math

Ashley Flood writes of enrolling in a developmental math course and convening a study group to help students who had failed before find success.